The countryside champions

Welcome to the Campaign to Protect Rural England Hampshire. We are a charity dedicated to the needs of the Hampshire community and striving for a beautiful, diverse and living countryside that everyone can value and enjoy.

March 2014 - We have moved! Please note our new telephone number and address on our contacts page.

Awards 2014

2014 Countryside Awards

The launch event for CPRE Hampshire's Countryside Awards 2014 took place recently at a community café near Southampton. There are two new sponsors and a new category - 'green buildings' alongside existing ones...
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wind turbines

Windfarm Proposals Refused

After months of campaigning with other groups, two proposals for windfarms - at Bullington and Woodmancott - have been refused by planning committees. Both would have spoilt views of Hampshire's open countryside...
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Save Our Countryside

Sign Our Charter!

Our reformed planning system is not working. The countryside is under threat from 500,000 new homes. CPRE has launched the Save Our Countryside Charter to better protect our countryside. We urge you to sign and write to your MP...
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cprese newsletter

CPRE South East

CPRE South East region publishes regular newsletters that cover the who region. Recent editions have articles on biodiversity, solar energy, wind farms, garden cities, HS2 and more...
> June 2014 Bulletin (PDF: 850K)
> Other CPRE SE Bulletins
Hampshire Views No 8

Spring/Summer Newsletter

Our Spring/Summer 2014 Autumn newsletter assesses the effect of the National Planning Policy Framework 2 years on. As usual there are updates on what our groups are doing around the county, plus much more...
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Light report

New Report on Lighting

CPRE has just published a new report on how England's local authorities deal with lighting in their areas. You may wish to urge your local councils to adopt the recommendations of the report....
> Read report (PDF: 3.4Mb)

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